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In the present work a central transition metal cation (Ferrous sulphate) was selected where curcumin acts as ligand which ultimately give a chelate that is formed with enolic form of curcumin and because curcumin having anti-inflammatory activity, so a novel curcumin metal complex was synthesized with establishing their characterization spectrophotometrically and also in-vitro anti-inflammatory activity has been measured with comparing with the pure curcumin.
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Author(s): Anindya Bagchi Prosenjit Mukherjee Sarmistha Bhowmick and Anusree Raha
Curcumin, Anti-inflammatory activity, Spectroscopy, Metal complex